Williamson County Fire/Rescue
Williamson County, Tennessee
WE ARE VOLUNTEERS!
Williamson County Fire/Rescue was established in 1966 by the Williamson County CB Club and began with a converted school bus and a boat. Our primary jobs were searches, rescues and body recovery. Over the past 50 years we have grown to eight stations, over 150 members and we protect roughly 352 square miles...
PROTECTING YOUR COMMUNITY
For half a century the volunteer men and women of Williamson County Fire/Rescue have served to help protect life and property of this county's citizens. Proudly and effectively, they have given their time, effort and abilities in protecting your family. Firemen across the United States have honor and dedication in their efforts to serve their communities. You can be assured that our rescue squad is as dedicated, trained and available as the best fire companies in the nation.
There are two ways to donate - time and money. Most may not be able to serve as a volunteer firefighter, but perhaps can financially contribute to training and equipment.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
We are seeking volunteers to help with protecting our citizens and their property. We provide all training and the opportunity to help someone on their worst day.